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National Express East Anglia

This franchise was the first to be known as Greater Anglia, as a combination of the previous First Great Eastern and Anglia Railways franchises. It also gained the West Anglia routes of WAGN. It was originally branded 'One railway', although this brand was replaced by National Express East Anglia c.2010.

start date
1 April 2004
end date
5 February 2012

owned by
National Express Group plc

legal title
London Eastern Railway Ltd

service area
Long distance services: London Liverpool Street-Norwich. Commuter services: London Liverpool Street-Southend Victoria/Clacton-on-Sea/Walton-on-the-Naze/Southminster/Chingford/Hertford East/Enfield Town/King's Lynn. Regional and local services: London Liverpool Street-Stansted Airport; Norwich-Sheringham/Great Yarmouth/Lowestoft/Cambridge/Peterborough; Ipswich-Harwich Town/Felixstowe/Cambridge/Peterborough/Lowestoft; Marks Tey-Sudbury; Witham-Braintree

replaced
Anglia Railways
First Great Eastern
WAGN (part)

was replaced by
Greater Anglia








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